Voltaire tries to tell us that women at that time period were vulnerable. Because of that, Cunegonde is blinded by the real situation of women. In Cunegonde's life she has only experienced rape and being sold so, it’s highly unlikely that her perspective of women being raped will change. Women probably felt offended because Cunegonde is basically saying how it’s better to be raped more than once in order for you to be virtuous. Besides women, some men probably felt responsible for how women were treated and all of this happened was due to men feeling superior to women.
Listening to “Witchcraft” in a way feels like being in the shoes of a woman suffering from violence by someone close to her, from a relative like her husband or boyfriend. Witchcraft’s first lines start in a very subtle way given it a peaceful tone, the singer starts by singing “it’s in your eye, a color fade out” “looks like a new transition,” he is making it sounds like someone is changing or starting a new chapter in their life. They emphasized this on the next lines (3-4) specially in line 4 where it suggest that by just turning her head in different direction she could start a new different life “turning your head to see a new day calling.” Although the first four lines the singer expressly talks about a change, the second verse starts by asking you a question about your feelings “Does it feel like a head to lean on?” the singer makes this question because although you can be very strong and might not need help from anybody else, there is help out there despite you do not wanting any help. The song continues at “I’m looking for your hand in the rough, You’re caught in the wire. Well, I’ll lift you up” The singer implies that you
Jehmu Green said, "Sexism against women in the media has become normalized and accepted in a way that they would not be if the comments were racist. It dramatically affects women candidates," stating that sexism remarks have been allowed even though it affects women candidates greatly. Sexist comments can be easily dismissed, but instead they take on a unnecessary amount of weight. Anne Kornblut states, "If the current talk radio and cable TV culture is a true window on our national psyche, we are one bunch of sick piggies, folks," expressing her disgust of how regularly women candidates are attacked with sexist remarks. The time is now to change the way America views female government officials so that the land of freedom can truly be free and begin to prosper once more.
The pathos in “Ending Violence Against Women” is the whole of the person no matter what kind of abuse it is. The pathos in “Violence Against Women” is it can devastate the whole of any women. Hence, violence against women should be stopped because the differences and similarities are equal to how bad things are for women and their inequalities. The article “Ending Violence Against Women” is about how violence towards the females of our species is getting out of hand. Gender based violence needs to be stopped because it has gotten out of hand women being beaten by someone she knows like a family member.
They were not helping him because they seen that he had a Royals jacket on so if they helped him he thought the other gang qthe Guardians would be after them. While Andy is on the sidewalk bleeding he is thinking about his girlfriend Laura and how he will miss her and she will miss him. Evan Hunter uses mood/tone in his story of "On the Sidewalk Bleeding" to convey the theme of murder usually leads to misery
Many women live their lives in fear. One of the major problems with the feminist movement is that it perpetuates many stereotypes which are simply not true but based on the behaviors of a small minority of those in the feminist movement. When a woman identifies herself as a feminist it should mean that she is in favor of not being discriminated against because of her sexBut when a woman stands up for herself in the workplace or in society at large, there are a lot of generalizations that people unfairly characterize them with.. They are assumed to be difficult, unhappy and dislike all men. The stereotypical feminist is a bra burning, hairy, metrosexual lesbian, who believes men should only be used from breeding until we find a way to do it without them.
Gender Discrimination against Women Behind every great man, there is a greater woman. Gender discrimination is to behave or view negatively and unpleasantly toward a person specially woman because of her sex. It varies from workplace, such as getting paid less for the same professionalism to violent crime. On a global scale, women are still the victims of brutal rape, abuse, and violence in patriarchal societies, and even they are trafficked for sexual exploitation. Even though there are laws against discrimination of women, it is really a substantial issue.
Barstow moves on to point out through the text that these Women were victims of Misogyny due to the definition of Witchcraft being so broad and actually fitting the descriptions of the lives of many women. The patriarchal society of Europe at the time also bound women to lives of a lesser class if they were not living under the protection of men. Women were also seen as sex objects, and were seen as a threat to men who viewed women as untrustworthy and whorish. The findings of her research and views led Barstow to find that women were more likely to be accused and put to death for Witchcraft than men, as they were seen as minors before the courts and could not hold high positions but, they could be accused before the court for the heinous act of Witchery. Women were blamed for every malfunction of their reproductive systems, including stillbirth and were also blamed for preventing conception.
Women fear that will be punished by men if they stand against them and fear that being a feminist will make them cruel and lonely. Men fear that women will one day rise and surpass them. But it is with these women that great change can come. Being a feminist does not require a person to hate men nor does it isolate a person from the rest of the world. In both texts we witnessed that there are people who reinforce conventional views of gender roles and those who challenge them.
When John Steinbeck mocks feminism he is trying to show how woman in the story are dominated by a male or by a male society in general. The work is introduced by finding the fault against all women. In the times when John Steinbeck wrote the story, The Chrysanthemums, women were seen as inferior. Many times men and women would perform a equal task, but the women would be oppressed just because of their gender The women were not seen in the same respect in any aspect that men were. The portrayal of women greatly influenced the way John Steinbeck wrote this story.